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Vietnamese cooking series which include 4 titles of Vietnamese cooking books (1,2,3,4) with 120 Vietnamese recipes.
Vietnamese Cooking 1.
Vietnamese cuisine is famously light, healthy and fresh. Its characteristic play of sweet, savoury, sour and spicy; its contrast of bright colours, and its large selection of dishes that vary from city to city all help secure its place among the great cuisines of the world.
In this book you’ll be pleased to find a diverse selection of mains, side dishes and desserts suitable throughout the day. There are delicious options for quick snacks and individual courses you can use to construct large, formal meals.
Some dishes recall familiar flavours, like fried sweet potato chips. Others, like steamed pork intestine with ginger are more exotic.
Vietnamese Cooking 2.
Vietnamese cuisine has a wide range of meat and vegetarian dishes. Stretched along the East Sea, seafood is also a prominent ingredient, including clams, shrimp mackerel and the ubiquitous fish sauce, in addition to beef, chicken and pork.
Soups like sour crab or spinach and tofu are popular, as are stir fries such as beef and bitter melon or pineapple rice. Vietnam also has many healthy desserts and sweet soups like lima bean, mung bean and pumpkin, or pandan sticky rice. All are easily prepared and deliciously memorable.
Vietnamese Cooking 3.
As a developing country with Buddhist influences, vegetarian dishes are both common and refined in Vietnamese cuisine. Tomato and mushroom soup, fried green rice cakes, stir-fried okras, and braised vegetables and cashew nuts are just a few of the delicious and easily prepared vegetarian options in this book.
Vietnamese enjoy meat dishes as well. In these pages you’ll find many great recipes for chicken, beef, pork, seafood, frog and even silk worm pupae! Vietnam has no shortage of desserts however, and if you have a sweet tooth, you will enjoy one of my favourites: black glutinous rice and yogurt sweet soup.
Vietnamese Cooking 4.
In this book you’ll find delightful options to begin your Vietnamese dining adventure right in your own home. At the heart of Vietnamese cuisine are a large selection of easily and quickly-prepared dishes for eating on the go. Traditionally, Vietnamese homes have not had fancy kitchens full of modern appliances or even refrigeration. Delicious meals were prepared without lots of time-consuming fuss and meant to be consumed on the spot. This helps make Vietnamese food an ideal choice for both the kitchen novice and people with busy schedules who don’t want to spend a lot of time preparing elaborate meals.
Author: Kokotaru, SahaBook
Editor: Adam Bray
Publisher: Thanh Nien Publishing
Paperback: 64 pages per each title.
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